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Listen to music from Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra like The Baltimore, Coquette & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra. Michael Arenella grew up in Georgia with parents who were artists from New York City. He sang in the church choir and studied music from an early age, working as a professional musician by his teens. Among his formative influences is his life-long obsession with times past. He has always loved trains and jokes that he was a brakeman in an earlier life. As a boy he could often be found exploring abandoned rail yards.
Michael Arenella is a musician, crooner, bandleader and impresario who, much like the artists who inspired him, grew up in Georgia and made his way to the bright lights of New York City. With his energy and musical passion, Arenella reignites jazz standards of the 1920s and 30s, bringing them to life for a new generation. This does not change our opinion but does help support the site. Arenella isn't a Johnny come lately to jazz. Like being born with words in your head, but not knowing how to say them. I learned the trombone at age 7, and then melodies rushed in.
The event is led by talented Brooklyn bandleader Michael Arenella, who hosts the Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island every summer, with his 11-piece Dreamland Orchestra. Posted: Tuesday July 10 2012. Venue name: The Bell House.
Michael Arenella and his Dreamland Orchestra made our day so incredibly special! Our wedding had a vintage theme that was truly brought to life by Michael's 30's and 40's swing/jazz sound. If you've never heard Michael Arenella and his musicians, definitely go see him at one of his weekly gigs around the city.
Swing Street, also known as 52nd Street in Manhattan, was once flanked by jazz clubs, cabarets, theaters, and speakeasies like the infamous 21 Club which still rests at 21 West 52nd Street. Manhattan wasn’t alone immersed in the jazz-swing scene. Brooklyn too had been a haven for bobbed-coiffed flappers, pomade dandies, and scantily-clad follies during the inception of the Jazz Age through the 1920s and ‘30s. Venues like the Renaissance Ballroom and the Adonis Social Club attracted socialites, musicians, and artists from around the globe
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Compiled By – Bryant Clifford Meyer
Compiled By – Al Green, Carmen Lombardo, Gus Kahn
|3||Breezin' Along With The Breeze
Compiled By – Haven Gillespie, Moises Simons, Richard Whiting
|4||I'm Wondering Who
Compiled By – Albert Von Tilzer, Peter de Rose
|5||What A Blue-Eyed Baby You Are
Compiled By – Mitchell Parish, William Hanna
Compiled By – Irving Kahal, Jimmy McHugh, Mary Healy
|7||There Ain't No Land Dixieland To Me"
Compiled By – Walter Donaldson
|8||Just The Same
Compiled By – Johnny Burke, Walter Donaldson
|9||Clementine (From New Orleans)
Compiled By – Harry Warren, Henry Creamer
|10||There's A Cradle In Caroline
Compiled By – Fred E. Ahlert, Sam Lewis, Victor Young
|11||Give Me Today (And You Can Have Tomorrow)
Compiled By – Harrison Kerr, Paul Titsworth, William Bell Scott
|12||Paddlin' Madelin" Home
Compiled By – Harry Woods
|13||Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
Compiled By – Henry Creamer, Turner Layton
|14||(I Want To Be Known As) Susie's Feller
Compiled By – Dave Dreyer, Lew Brown
|15||I'm Comin Virginia
Compiled By – Donald Heywood, Will Marion Cook
|16||Who's That Pretty Baby?
Composed By – Marr*, Heath*
Composed By – Kern*, Harbach*